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3 boys. we found a recording of the cell mate charles wright reporting john doug el to authorities. >> take whatever necessary to get this guy what was your reason for giving this information. >> i can't stand a child can i recall. >>reporter: he wanted a deal on his own charges so he convinced john doug el to write details of the murder. draw map to the crime scene and tell authorities everything. >> stab him where? tl. >>reporter: here's the intraeinging part. documents show doug el told his cell mate and second inmate that around the time of kevin disappearance he killed a fourth victim. by throwing them off the golden gate bridge but made it look like a suicide attempt. description also appears in this psychiatric report on joh john. that document also shows months before kevin disappeared doug el got a manual labor job with the irs in san francisco just 2 miles from kevin's bus stop. after that information came out the fbi went to the men colony to interview doug el but in the final report agents focus on the 3 other murders. there is no mention of the fourth victim. >>
reporting john doug el to authorities. >> take whatever necessary to get this guy what was your reason for giving this information. >> i can't stand a child can i recall. >>reporter: he wanted a deal on his own charges so he convinced john doug el to write details of the murder. draw map to the crime scene and tell authorities everything. >> stab him where? tl. >>reporter: here's the intraeinging part. documents show doug el told his cell mate and second inmate that around the time of kevin disappearance he killed a fourth victim. by throwing them off the golden gate bridge but made it look like a suicide attempt. description also appears in this psychiatric report on joh john. that document also shows months before kevin disappeared doug el got a manual labor job with the irs in san francisco just 2 miles from kevin's bus stop. after that information came out the fbi went to the men colony to interview doug el but in the final report agents focus on the 3 other murders. there is no mention of the fourth victim. >> wasn't in the reports. i remember that vividly. i remember how
doug el to authorities. >> take whatever necessary to get this guy what was your reason for giving this information. >> i can't stand a child can i recall. >>reporter: he wanted a deal on his own charges so he convinced john doug el to write details of the murder. draw map to the crime scene and tell authorities everything. >> stab him where? tl. >>reporter: here's the intraeinging part. documents show doug el told his cell mate and second inmate that around the time of kevin disappearance he killed a fourth victim. by throwing them off the golden gate bridge but made it look like a suicide attempt. description also appears in this psychiatric report on joh john. that document also shows months before kevin disappeared doug el got a manual labor job with the irs in san francisco justrom just kevin's bus stop. after that information came out the fbi went to the men colony to interview doug el but in the final report agents focus on the 3 other murders. there is no mention of the fourth victim. >> wasn't in the reports. i remember that vividly. i remember how much i wished t
doug fister. almost a local story. call it a semi local story. he is from merced and he grew up adjoints fan. one of his dreams was always to pitch at at & t park. little did he know it would be with the detroit tigers in the world series against his childhood team. >> growing up don't tell anybody i was a giants fan. you know. being able to come to a couple games when i was little it has always been a dream and goal for me. and now it's happening. it's definitely special being able to come be the ballpark and play in a world series is something that you know obviously is a moment that will never be forgotten and it holds a little more special place in my heart i would say. but it doesn't change what we do rob the field. >> it's not going to be much different than the last time. i mean, it's what you work for all year. it's what you work for your whole life. and you know, i'm just thankful to be back. >> reporter: the vibe is really starting to happen already here. less than an hour before the first pitch. and the giants they have an incredible momentum going in the last four ga
're talking about $5 trillion over ten years. >> brown: doug, let me turn to you. mitt romney responded "i'm not looking for a $5 trillion tax cut." so what is he looking at? how does he see it? >> to get to $5 trillion the first thing you have to do is let all of the 2001-2003 tax laws sunset. go away. that's a tax increase, most of which the president wouldn't support. then you have to cut by $5 trillion. so compared to where we are now it's a much smaller reduction in tax revenue which makes it easier to fill the revenue hole and we have five studies, one from martin feldstein, one from the tax foundation, one from the american enterprise institute, we have studies that show there are plans that meet the governor's goal, cut rates 20% across the board, don't lose revenue and make sure the rich pay their fair share of taxes so it can be done. >> brown: but as to filling the hole that we're talking about" those studies -- >> they fill the hole. >> brown: but it depends on where you're at in terms of your income. >> so i think the key is there are tax plans that can fill that hole. jared c
moments for tigers pitcher doug fister. we'll let you know how he's doing after the game. >>> good evening. a lot more sunshine today. temperatures warmed up a little bit. and that rainfall is on a push here off to the north. so, here we go. high pressure moving in for a warming weekend that even has 80s in your seven-day forecast. we'll let you know about our next storm system and rain coming up. >>> not old enough to legally ride a bike or scooter without a helmet. but old enough to work in the field? it's the harsh reality facing many migrant children. tonight, an nbc investigation, in child labor is prompting a new push to change the law. a california congresswoman is calling for a new law for kids who work in agriculture. stephen stock is back with the story. >> reporter: in a political season where the presidential campaign is gathering all the attention, there is a quiet movement starting on capitol hill right now to change the law governing children working in our fields. but even supporters of that proposed law admit that nothing is likely to happen quickly. and any change faces a
inning, gregory blanco's line shot hits doug fister in the head and goes into center field. fister shakes it off. he gets out of the inning, apparently with his faculties intact. madison bumgarner was brilliant. allowing just two hits three seven shutout innings. but still no score. seventh inning, brandon crawford hit a ground ball to omar infante, who decided not to come home, instead getting the double play. giants lead 1-0. then bottom of the eighth, pence this time at the plate with the bases loaded. he does the job with a fly ball to right. plenty deep. top of the ninth, sergio romo will close it out. they win 2-0. they will go to detroit, leading this series 2- 0. >> we saw what happened to our team when they get to league. we gotta go out there and just keep playing like nothing happened tonight. obviously they play well at their house. we gotta go out there and get it done. >> there's nothing, no. there's a little bump. that's about it. >> i don't want to make light of it, but it was kind of comical really, because doug was right on with everything. i was scared to death when
the benefit of the doug but then she learned she wasn't doubt, but she then learned she wasn't alone. >> reporter: we were over charged for one of the very same items she complained about three times. >> yeah. over charges are not uncommon. >> reporter: he says they are not the only ones. they found 3-1/2% of all purchases result in over charges. >> reporter: what are we talking about? >> billions of dollars. >> reporter: every year in over charges -- >> right. >> reporter: they find over and under charges at various retailers. most of which go unnoticed because most people don't check receipts. >> reporter: he says cumers should always check receipts -- consumers should always check receipts. she contacted us and we called. investigators went back the next day and found three different price errors. safeway says two were human airers and the third was priced incorrectly. the emplayys have -- employees have been retrained. julie says each time she complained she was given a refund but thinks they should do more. >> i just don't think it is fair. >> reporter: they have issued a notice
saw them not together. >> neighbors say last night they were together as usual along with doug. friends say they got into heated fights over politics and say martin, who is an exmoo exmarine was known to have weapons, they say he made threats and no one took him seriously not even last night. >> he said you are not going to shoot me but he shot him. he said you are going to go to jail then he shot him. >> he wants to let loose but it is not right at all. >> friends say the two victims, 50 and 58, were husbands and fathers, after the shooting there was a 45 minute stand off but that ended when hohonager turned himself in. this morning the neighborhood is devastated and in disbelief with every 1 everyone saying the same thing. >> this don't make no sense. >> as day broke people left tokens here, a place the spot of so many good memories and one that is now of unthinkable tragedy. claudine wong, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we have an update on that woman accused of using her daughter in a shoplifting attempt and abandoning her. officers have her in custody and are driving her back. p
, baseball game, stand around and talk. >> reporter: he says mike and his friend doug were in the garage wednesday when they got into an argument with a man who lives directly across the street. >> he got upset. he's a veteran marine who has been diagnosed with ptsd. and so apparently he walked across the street, got a gun, came back, and shot them both. >> wow. >> yeah, it's -- all three were friends. >> reporter: neighbors say he is scheduled for an arraignment on friday. >>> grant lotus takes a wild ride with the blue angels! we'll show you the video. >> and later in this broadcast, one of the 49ers, divisional foes on the field. we'll have those highlights, and bochy at work today. he's announced two of his starters. and our review of the a's. s >>> five people have died, and 30 others in six states are ill after receiving steroid shots for back pain. they all contracted a rare form of meningitis. and officials are concerned that hundreds, perhaps thousands, may have received the tainted steroid injections. a steroid from a specialty pharmacy in massachusetts is now suspected. that
it go. get some rest and come back out here and focus on doug fister. >> all right. before we get out of here, we have a couple of scores from the college ranks. arizona 58-54. and cal ripped ucla 43-17. back to you. i know you're happy that the cal bears won. >> that was a big win for the bears today. absolutely. right now we want to check in with meteorologist rob, i'm a little nervous. we're about how good traffic was today. we have street fares, the 49ers game plus everything else tomorrow. it will still be nutty. >> we'll be adding a few more things to the mix. we'll talk about that. first off, detroit. if you wake up early, about 9:00 tomorrow morning. the game will be playing at comerica park. chillier in detroit. rain-free. they'll be seeing temperatures around the start of the game in the upper 50s and the low 50s as it goes on. the 49ers looking at the san francisco forecast. patches of low clouds. a little breezy at time. mid 60s. fleet week as the blue angels take flight around 3:00 to 4:00. we'll see partly cloudy skies turning over to some patchy low clouds. they should
but the tigers got the last bite. rally towels were out in motown and the tigers needed them. doug fister was lights out for detroit. milone did his part. six innings, one run, six strikeouts, retired ten in a row. now tied in the seventh. a's take the lead for the second time. cliff pennington with the single but the a's give detroit unearned runs. bottom sentence, miguel cabrera, popped is up and cocoa crisp drops it. both runners score. a's rally in the eighth. cespedes stole second and third. one way's throw is wild. cespedes scores. then the 3-2 count on reddick. reddick looks like the hero. oakland takes the 4-3 lead. bottom eight, two outs. the throw gets away from kotteras. 4-4. bottom line, bases loaded after intentionally walking prince fielder, one out. don kelly, scored the tying run, scores infante, tigers take a 2-0 series lead with a 5-4 victory and they can close the a's out tuesday at the coliseum. >> you just got to move on. if you let it stick in your craw, you won't be prepared to the best of your capabilities on tuesday. >> just got to let it go. >> got some work to d
and the tiger goes the last bite. the doug fister, lights out for detroit. 8ks, tommy milone did his part. six innings, at one point he would tie it ten in a row. now tied at one in the seventh. a's take the lead for the second time. pennington with a single that scored seth smith. 2-1 oakland. the a's continue to give detroit unearned runs. miguel cabrera, pops it up and coco crisp, oh, my. drops it. both runners score. 3-2 tigers, a's rally in the eight. cespedes stole second and third. the throw is wild. cespedes scores from third. tied at 3. next pitch, 3-2 count on josh reddick. see ya. reddick struck out three times, all of a sudden looks the hero row. bottom eight, two runs. don kelly scores, tie game. bottom nine, bases loaded. after intentionally walking prince fielder, don kelly, who seered the tying one, scores infante, the tigers take a 2-0 series lead with a 5-4 victory they can close out the a's tuesday at the coliseum. >> you just got to move on. if you let it stick in your craw, you won't be prepared to the best of your capables on tuesday. so just got to let it go. >> got some
area have left food inspectors a difficult task keeping the public save. doug sovern is heading up the latest investigation called watching what you eat. the ratio of these inspectors in the restaurants is crazy. >> reporter: we looked at three counties, san francisco, santa clara and alameda counties. 36,000 restaurants in the counties and only 100 inspectors. think about that. hundreds of restaurants each and for the food trucks there are even more food trucks than a year or two ago 350 food trucks per county. they have one inspector in each county to check all these food trucks. >> so it's impossible really to go to every restaurant and key an eye on it. >> it's not impossible. but it's difficult. they said, we went out in the field with them. they are overwhelmed, understaffed, begging for help. each has to cover hundreds of restaurants a year. they will inspect them once or twice a year. it's difficult to keep up. >> there's been some restaurants here in the city prominent ones that have been shut down for a number of reasons. >> they have closed nine restaurants in san franci
from at at&t, abc7 sports. >> game 2 first pitch at 5:07. baumgartner against doug fister. in the words of verlander, wow. >> that is the word. >> that's our report.
. giants are much happier about pablo's accomplishment. but the giants have a lot of work to do. doug fister will be on the mound for the tigsz. and madison baumgartner will be on the mound for the giants. he's made some tweaks to his mechanics. we'll see how it plays out. >> thank you so much. >>> fans are showing out plenty of money to witness history at at&t park. we checked stubhub this morning. standing room only tickets are going for upwards of $500 each. seats in the bleachers are good seats going for $2,200 each. i don't know about that good. and the upper deck will set you back at least $625. not just the tickets are expensive. parking near the stadium is going for as much as $130 per space. >> that's robbery. today the giants fans getting a shot to own some of the giants' history. nbc bay area's arturo santiago is live at at&t park where the team is selling some pretty hot stuff straight out of the postseason. looks good out there. good morning, arturo. >> reporter: really everything looks good, jon. the big rush for merchandise memorabilia obviously came right after last ni
francisco. the giants will send madison bumgarner to the mound and the tigers will counter with doug fister. >>> still ahead, major league baseball's biggest names are in town taking time out to say thanks. >> i'll give you some of those names. how about will clark, tommy lasorda. we have all of these guys here today. why they're present here it's going to make a profound difference at tonight's game. >> hi, i'm meteorologist lawrence karnow in the cbs 5 weather center. the skies just beginning to clear out now but we could see some temperatures heading into the 80s. we'll tell you when coming up. >> danger at daycare. what scientists say could cause cancer when we come back. ,,,, on your prepaid card? introducing chase liquid. the reloadable card with no fee reloads and withdrawals at chase atms. all for one flat monthly fee so there's zero confusion. get rid of prepaid problems. win over detroit in game onf >>> sandoval hits it into center. back at the wall good-bye. 1-0. >> 2-0. >> pablo sandoval crushed out three homers helping the giants to a win last night 8-3. pablo sandoval he tied
. >>> doug fister grew up rooting for the giants. he grew up in merced, as for the giants pitcher, his story has been a bit dicey lately. scott reese continues our coverage. >> reporter: back on august 20th, baumgartner threw a shutout. it was all down hill from there. the earned run average up half a point from the end of the regular season. the playoffs been somewhat of a disaster. the giants believe they fixed a mechanical flaw. everyone has full confidence that he'll get it back together for game two. >> i want to go out there and try to keep us in the game and do a good job. i haven't done that yet this postseason. it will be nice to go out there and throw better for us. >> madison's a gamer. looking forward to seeing him play. looking forward to playing behind him. and we're excited. >> i feel good about madison. he's done a great job for us since he's been up here. including postseason. and it's a small sample on a couple hiccups he had earlier. i think he's getting some much needed rest and time to work on making a couple adjustments in his delivery. >> ball gartner has more of a leg
on on the mound. >> the beer is cold. everything is cold. it's great. >>> last night, when doug fister got hit in the head by a grego blanco comeback, remarkably, he stayed in the game, giving up just one run in six innings. >> i talked to him on the plane and i had a nice conversation with him. i'm a little worried about it, because this morning he didn't remember our conversation. no. i'm just kidding. he's gonna be checked out today. >>> the nhl season took a big hit today. the nhl announced they have cancelled all games in november as the owners and players are still at odds about revenue sharing in the league. they will lose an estimated $720 million. >>> it is time for your friday night top five. bull riding on a bull named who dat. >>> tiger woods, playing in the cimb classic, where the purse is over $6 million. tiger shot a 67 and is 9-under. and no. 3, hornets and heat, robin lopez with the rebound. lebron james got the brunt of that. the nba season kicks off. >>> the sharks. he's playing in russia. his team wins 2-1. >> in 1989, the giants were in the world series versus the oakland
. >> i spoke with doug about this by the way. according to the former fbi agent, the fbi had a wiretap on the hone of saul and billy walker and the stick to the conversation between doug and richard aoki. doug and richard were fellow students at brusquely high in the mid and late fifties. subsequent to that, the fbi approached richard and asked him if he would become an fbi informant, and the documents that were released from the informant files are consistent with that. they contain references to richard aoki associating with certain people during the late 50's, and they showed if he was approached at least by 1961. and these documents, which the fbi tried very hard to cover up and were released only as a result of the court order turnout to have the initials in the bottom, so they are consistent in the essential ways and what these documents show is starting in 1961, richard aoki became active in the various left-wing groups in putting the young socialist alliance and the socialist workers party, leader the vietnam committee, the asian-american political alliance world war strike and
contact with the fbi was a result of his friendship with doug walker at berkeley high i believe. in the context of the fbi tapping the phone, can you give something of a time line as to when the fbi first made contact with aoki with regard to walker and how that worked itself out chronologically? as you probably know, in 1961 doug was called before the house un-american activities committee during the whole washing down the stairs operation. >> according to the former fbi agent bernie threadgill they have not -- this wiretap picked up -- they were fellow students at berkeley in the late 50s. the fbi approached richard aoki and asked if he would become an fbi informant and the documents released from richard aoki's informant files are consistent with them. richard aoki a city aiding with certain people in the 50s and he was approached by 1961 and these documents which the fbi tried to cover up and released only as a result of a court order turned out to have threadgill's initials. in d8bgill's initials. in the essential ways. and starting in 1961 richard aoki became active in var
back out here and focus on doug fister. we're not a stranger to quick turnarounds. we've had all this traveling the last month. we're kind of used to it. just got to go home and get ready for it and have a nice breakfast, get some energy going tomorrow, and sleep on the plane. we can worry about being tire and resting when we get on that plane. >> game two is tomorrow morning, by the way. we'll have all your highlights for you. plus, before we get out of here, a couple of college football scores. stanford wins a thrill every over arizona in overtime. 54-48. and right now in the second quarter, cal leads ucla, 16-7. all your complete highlights coming up tonight, diane. don't cry yet. the bears haven't lost or anything like that. >> it's going to be okay. i feel good about it. all right. thanks, henry. we'll be right back with another look at the blue angels. ah. fire bad! just have to fire roast these tomatoes. do you churn your own butter what? too? this is going to give you a head start on your dinner. that seems easier sure does who are you? [ female announcer ] new
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. >> game 2 first pitch at 5:07. baumgartner against doug fister. in the words of verlander, wow. >> that is the word. >> that's our report. [ taste buds ] donuts, donuts, donuts! who are these guys? oh, that's just my buds. bacon, donuts. -my taste buds. -[ taste buds ] waffles. how about we try this new kind of fiber one cereal? you think you're going to slip some fiber by us? rookie. okay. ♪ nutty clusters and almonds, ♪ ♪ almonds. ♪ fiber one is gonna make you smile. ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing new fiber one nutty clusters and almonds. with 43% daily value of fiber for you. crunchy nutty clusters and real almond slices for your taste buds. one example, white men in particular those who lack a college degree. almost recent shifts. trust on the economy and perceived economic empathy. most of the movement, among that, that, white men, that is kind of why the demographic reason why romney has seen, you know, so much momentum at his back since debate season started. but obama is still five points ahead according to the "time" poll in ohio, obviously a critical state
who hasn't been to the facility in three years. >> reporter: doug got slapped with a $164 new patient fee simply because it had been too long since his last visit. like the airlines, doctors are getting creative with fees, charging for everything from phone conversations to calling in a prescription and, yes, asking questions. >> my doctor says, what questions do you have? and i had a little list and i just said, this one, this one, this one. >> reporter: but it turns out asking questions can also be your best defense against surprising fees, if you ask them in advance. when making your appointment, ask, how much will it cost me, and are there extra fees? >> i would never have known had i not taken the time to call. >> reporter: there's no law require that a medical office disclose fees up-front, but your doctor should be willing to ask questions like, will i be charged for asking questions? and keep in mind, many of these new fees are not covered by insurance. julie watts, cbs 5. >>> halloween just a week away, and kids all over the bay area will be hitting the streets for the littl
, madison balmgartner dualing out out with doug fister. fister able to stay in the game. a lot of people made compare sons between this year's team and champions from 2010. in the field giants look so different. buster posey is the only starter in the field position in the same spot. you compare this squad, saying this is more enjoyable. >> we had a great group there. every group is unique. this club really, i think, has set aside their ego and asked what is best for the club. this makes life easier for the manager. >> can you win a super bowl with alex smith as quarterback? now, this monday night in arizona 49ers take on their division rivals cardinals. niners hold a lead for the top spot. a lot of speculation about people reading into body language. here is the response from alex. >> i think people just reading into a lot of different stuff. my confidence is no different than it was a week ago, a month ago. no different. >> when taking over nba the league was a drug infested group waiting to go broke. stern announced he's going to retire february 1, 2014, 15 months from now. 30 years a
of the order that did most of the damage for the tires. tomorrow the a's put out tommy malone against doug fister. a's must get to the tiger's balleyhoo tiger bullpen much sooner and if not, it could be out early for the a's. again, joe, you know they have defied hoggic logic all season-long. >>> we'll see you again tomorrow. >> [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that connects your wi-fi devices and can even save on your smart phone data usage at home. go to our website below to get at&t u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month fo
, the numbers are mostly in the 70s and the beach, stinson, doug error error friendly beach, by the way, the north half of the beach. 63 degrees and in daly city, 61 and in to the city, 62 and ahead, looking for temperatures to recoverer to near 80 degrees by next weekend and in the meantime, the low pressure is going to keep us school by now and wednesday. tuesday night, wednesday, if it gets wet, you heard it here first, i hope. and near the coast line, the numbers in the low 60s. next weekend, though, saturday and into the low 80s. and this is supposed to be good weather this time of the year. if you define good weather, sunshine and warm readings, not everyone does. >> okay. >> you're right about that. >> and that is naive. >> last week, it looked the same out there and colder. >> two things first. when i think of you, i didn't think 90 degrees. >> i was going to point that out. the first time -- and call himself naive. >> yeah. >> and with lower pressures in the atmosphere. high pressure, you sweat it out. low pressurers -- lower pressures, relatively cool. >>> raw unprocessed food
it was doug fisher throwing zeros. pentington comes around to score from second. the tigers got tied. smith 2-1a's headed to the bottom of the seventh. sean doolittle got into a jam but should have been out of it when cabrera throws one into shallow center. he bobbles this be drops. chris with a long way to run. almost got the ball with the second chance his teammates though picked him up in the eighth. >> the tieing run had already scored then josh redding got into a walking ben walk pitch. a's in front 4-3 but allowed the tigers to tie in the bottom of the eighth on a ryan cook wild pitch. on to the ninth, the tigers load the bases. don kelly hits a fly ball. plenty deep enough to score infante. the a's who were supposed to have home field advantage in this series now face an elimination game when they play at the coliseum for the first time on tuesday. 5-4 in this one. fred inglis has been in detroit and has more on how the a's let this one slip. >> reporter: the a's are a flawed team but they usually find ways to make up for their mistakes today they had the lead three different times bu
and doug fister for the tigers. this is a lot of fun. >> i mean, barry zito was unbelievable. you can't say enough about pablo sandoval. three home runs, come on. >> it's fantastic. >> great story. >> and time lincecum did great. >> you can't write a better script. >> and the weather was awesome. [chuckles] >> not to be overlooked or forgotten. key factors. >> yes, thank you very much. that's this edition of abc7 news.
in a very historic fashion. 8-3 is your final. it will be doug fister against madison bumgarner tomorrow. >>> the giants are like one big freight train. >> those tigers ran into a buzz saw tonight. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we will see you the next time news breaks. >> the ktvu morning news begins at 4:30 tomorrow morning. they'll be tracking any lingering rain in the morning commute. we'll be back out live at at&t park, ahead of game 2 of the world series. we're always here for you at mobile ktvu, and ktvu.com.
sandoval, 3 tonight in a very historic fashion. 8-3 is your final. it will be doug fister against madison bumgarner tomorrow. >>> the giants are like one big freight train. >> those tigers ran into a buzz saw tonight. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. we will see you the next time news breaks. >> the ktvu morning news begins at 4:30 tomorrow morning. they'll be tracking any lingering rain in the [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that connects your wi-fi devices and can even save on your smart phone data usage at home. go to o
. >>> it was a less-than- enjoyable moment for doug fister in the second inning last night. the tigers starter got hit in the head by a comebacker. he stayed in the game giving up just one run i six innings. >> i talked to him on the plane. i had a nice conversation. i'm a little about it because this morning he didn't remember our conversation did no, just kidding. he will be checked out today. >> game three starters for san francisco: ryan voling song 2- 0 in the post-season with a 1.42 e.r.a. versus a familiar face anna balance sanchez 3-1 against the giants. while the giants are filling the void for some hockey fans hope for a 2012 season took another big hit today. >> seems like a stubborn group. school. >> they told me a lot of things they are trying though do, trying to find ways and it's one sided from what i'm hearing. >> a month later it seems like nothing has changed. today the nhl announced they have canceled all of their games for november resulting in an estimated $720 million in lost revenue. >>> tiger woods in malaysia playing in the cimb classic where the purse is over $6 million. ti
. two alps and here is the sister. -- doug fister giants up to games to nothing. escudermetfor a fly ball deep i- center field. fo (cheers & applause) for the giants to strike first inning game 3. out at second and got them both. a big double play turned with miguel cabrera standing on deck. o jhonny peralta heads a hard. fly ball into right, back into the wall this ball is gone! (cheers & applause) a fly ball in to ride for backing against the wall, we are tied. long drive into center field. marco scutaro delivers and the giants lead got numb, and the al >> let the party began! the starter last night but it is continuing this morning because the giants won the world series. here they are after the big win. you have to wear sunglasses. j. r. stone has been in detroit all weekend. we will be talking to him live this morning at about 30 minutes. >> this feels great, this feels all some. there's nothing bete m >> fall in a couple of hot spots this morning. at the first and worse is interstate 580 in the westbound direction. the backup is reaching from the dublin interchange all the way
"doug " were in the garage when they got into an argument with a 65 year-old that lives directly across the street. the martin got marine guard veteran has p t s d. and he got a gun and came back and shot them both. and it they were all three friends. >> witnesses for any of these shootings are passed to come forward. >> this job market is difficult but how about this catamaran? this tech expert that job-seekers are trying to get attention. >> this live look to the approach. you can see these cars are streaming into the city it could get worse. public transportation is encouraged. the unwelcome back. we are waking up to a mixture of clouds and fog and that would restore for this weekend. -- welcome back. extensive and 70's by noon. with '60s and '70s for the bay. and cooling to the fifties by 8:00 p.m. we will take a look at the afternoon highs hit is going to be gorgeous. 70's. 72 degrees in santa clara. morgan hill mid-70s. 76 degrees in pittsburgh. the east bayshore will see 60s. 70 degrees in oakland and along the coast we will see mainly 60s with 61 degrees in ocean beach. and mid-
: doug savant takes pride in playing a gay character, one of the first on network tv, years before "will & grace." i'm proud to be part of the history of gay characters in network television. he was marginalized. but he existed. he was the only one in network television. it was an important step. we have come a long way for that. >> wait, did you call him tom? >> oh, matt. i was -- tom was -- tom was "desperate housewives." >> reporter: i found it a little different to interview my own husband. if the show was so great and the backstage, you know, was just so much fun and everything about it was great, why did you leave acting? >> i wanted to move back east and be a businessman. i just had plan to meet you. i figured if i'm not back east, i'm never going to meet the love of my life, and it happened. >> good answer. nicely done. >> oh, you can see why i married him. he's so sweet. >> what a keeper. >> so smooth. >> he is. he always knows exactly what to say. i hadn't seen that. >> that was fantastic. >>> one more check of the weather from sam. >> good morning, everybody. we're upstairs in
of the catamaran doug into and flipped over the boat. a pretty scary experience. >> the good news is that all the crew members on the got are safe. minor injuries. they do have a back up vote but that back up lotus not completely done it will be february until the boat is done. they are vowing that the boat that capsized yesterday's will be fixed and ready to go before the races start sometime next summer. >> another $8,000,000.10 waiting in the wings. >> i don't think you have to worry about it larry ellison has enough to cover the 8 million. >> thanks a lot. the they were not hurt. >> if you follow politics you know last night's debate was something to watch. the debate was a lot more heated with fireworks from both candidates. president obama facing head to head with gop candid mitt romney. they talk about a number of issues, taxes, deficit spending comet deficit reduction, energy, and equal pay for women. health care was a issue. it was a town hall said it. the canada is got to walk around and face the people and answer the questions. they faced each other 101 in things got heated at time
if we knock this sister out doug fister -- a out we'll be fine. i knew it he would laget three hoe runs. you work at lucky strike and you consider getting ready for a big party tonight with the loans. your thoughts on what happened last night. >> awesome game. is experiencing a live in the city the energy that is flowing through the entire energy right now -- city right now is incredible. >> use of people losing their minds as well? >> absolutely. they were just screaming and yelling and cheering and going really big with everything tonight so come check us out. >> did you think that he would have a fourth home run? >> it was insane and a night that he had was astonishing. >> what about barry zito he was supposed to be bang knowing with the do, he pulled out last night. -- barry zito >> those are espn so-called experts who almost all of them predicted that justin verlander would take it behind the woodshed there that did not happen and they also predicted we would lose this series. that is not going to happen. state- owned because i've a good feeling will be back here tomorrow celebrati
. that was 6 c1the right call. that was sister when he got hit. -- doug fister >> they had a microphone and asked where are you and where are you. he sin there and he pil good game after that >> it just wasn't like game 1 with the drama and the big hits and a driving rain. for people who know and love the game it was perfect. right down to the bundt everything >> everything the giants are doing these days is good. every break, everything they do is coming up in their favor. >> thought it is not like it is good planning. the day before that we have the crazy bounce on the plate. it is the little things that you could call it being blast. >> daria got is not looking at this game. --god sometimes they say the baseball gods. the baseball gods will wait until the timing is right in and even the score. people are just talking the that is kind of my joke. if you think guide has time to worry about a baseball game...-god >> we are looking at mother nature as this x factor. but they said it may be snowing? i don't know how that will affect the plane. >> if you are playing in this note it is dif
's squawk on the street david faber, and doug lebda. good to have you both onboard this morning. it seems to me housing always seems like a separate issue that maybe didn't get talked about as much. is that retrospectively incorrect? because it does seem so fundamental, david. >> it's fundamental in the economy in many ways. certainly helped us during the boom period in housing that we saw adding to gdp, construction, and so many other things. people refinancing their homes. it hasn't been discussed that much, you're right, particularly given that the president seems to have backed off a bit, perhaps, on a number of plans that would've relieved people from mortgages that they otherwise are not in a great position to pay but there was a lot of political opposition to that. but housing is starting to come back. we are starting to see real signs of not just stabilization but even perhaps some growth. doug can speak, i'm sure, to some more of the specifics about what we're seeing, but even new home sales, existing home sales, and prices finally have not just stabilized. >> steve rattner? >> t
details. >> thanks, andrew. doug bronstein, cfo for two years, he came in 2010 is stepping down from the cfo role. he will stay with the bank, one action is to go to investment banking role. previously he had run their investment barvnking practice. lot of people think of him as an m&a guy. he's the latest to be associated with the wales situation. last week we learned about the retirement of barry zubrow, he had gone to a more senior role in recent years, another who had oversight and living and the cio, ina drew, resigned in the immediate aftermath of the $5.8 billion loss. you see a situation where jamie dimon has survived, been apologetic, up front "it was the dumbest thing i was ever associated with" et cetera, et cetera and gently having these people resign or move into different roles. it's almost, and tell me if you agree, a goldman sachs style way of dealing with things. obviously if someone has a huge blunder on their exact job they gotta go. other than that it's a slow and gradual and very civil kind of peeling off. >> he's not throwing people off the plank immediately. i
'll put this to you, doug, what to do to really make the application stand out. >> i think the best information i would give is to be authentic and describe who you are and let us understand what you want. don't write to us and tell us who you are because we're building a community, not filling a classroom. >> talking about the dreaded essay, of course. the point you is want to make it personal. can you tell when it's been overedited or adults have maybe even written it? >> yeah. a lot of times, particularly when the adults sign the application, you know -- >> does that really happen? >> that happens sometimes. it feels a little bit more packaged. it's not about the students so much when someone else is writing it. we don't hear their voice. we don't understand what makes them tick and that's what we're looking for. >> can you forgive something a little less than polished if you feel it's authentic? >> i think you can. i think at times, you know, it's an individual review. you look at everything, and you say, well, where does this fit in the whole package of the application? >> elle
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